Entries in Ryan Hemsworth (6)
Ryan Hemsworth is at it again, this time on Cat Power's Manhattan. Layering the track up with his trademark glittery bass sounds and rolling hi hats, Hemsworth fuses cheeky New York based rapper Angel Haze in the mix.
It's nice to hear his smooth blend of two diverse artists such as Cat Power and Angel Haze, both of whom were drawn to this project with Hemsworth because of their passion for the city.
FACT magazine are putting together an advent calendar for 2012, which consists of a free download every work day until christmas, from some of their favourite artists of the year.
They've started off incredibly; the first free track being this bass heavy bootleg of Craig David's classic Fill Me In, by FH favourite Ryan Hemsworth.
How does this happen? My favourite track of off Groundislava's recent Feel Me LP is the ethereal Suicide Mission ft. Baths, and it's been given the remix treatment by one of my favourite producers of the moment, Ryan Hemsworth.
Since introducing him a while back, I've been keeping my eye on Ryan Hemsworth and it's payed off. He has just released a 9-track EP via WEDIDIT. Last Words gives a fascinating insight into Hemsworth's production style. Amazing samples, a spectrum of beat patterns, and four tasty remixes from the likes of Shlohmo, Baauer, Sam Tiba & Canblaster, and Supreme Cuts. Available here. Stream below.
I made a decision recently to deliver even more new music for you to discover. This is just the second post in my Introducing series, where I aim to share tunes and artists that you may not have come across before, and I hope you get as much satisfaction out of it as I do. Sharing is caring, after all.
By 20 seconds in, I had been captivated by the celestial vocals, and by the time the bass and snare came into it I was completely sold. The Lil Wayne sample is the icing on the cake. Hemsworth really took the original and made it his own. Check it out below.